Put it this way: it involves aliens. More specifically,
alien life, as we've never seen it before.
NASA is tonight holding a press conference where they are expected to
announce they have discovered alien life -- an organism that bears
absolutely no relation to any life on Earth -- in a poisonous Californian
As we all know, life is made from six key components: carbon, hydrogen,
nitrogen, oxygen, phosphorus and suphur. But some recently discovered
bacteria from Mono Lake, California, begs to differ -- containing, as they
do, arsenic instead of phosphorus. Scientists reassure us this is a
It fact, it's so much of a big deal that NASA will hold their news
conference at 7pm this evening to discuss "an astrobiology finding that will
impact the search for evidence of extraterrestrial life." This discovery
could potentially prove that life has evolved on Earth more than once,
something which if true could completely alter how life is studied.